Displaying all posts for A.M. Hoch


by June 4, 2014
A. M. HOCH, Two and Half Breathers, oil on canvas, 72 x 48 inches, 1986


Mitosis: Formation of Daughter Cells Video

by June 14, 2014


Portrait of the Artist as a Young Boat: About this series

by June 4, 2014

“Portrait of the Artist as a Young Boat,” 1988-1989 My earliest installation series, entitled “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Boat”— which combined painted canvases in the shape of sails; rope; found objects; and text—was developed during an artist-in-residency fellowship at Altos De Chavon in the Dominican Republic, in Read more »

Mitosis: Formation of Daughter Cells


In 2003/2004, A. M. Hoch was commissioned by the Beall Center for Art and Technology in Irvine, California, to create an interdisciplinary installation to launch their 2004 season, resulting in the production of an interactive family portrait entitled Mitosis: Formation of Daughter Cells—an unsettling portrayal of the multitude of perspectives, often conflicting, of Read more »

Diary of a Young Boat in Bologna: About this installation/performance series


“Few cities in Italy have undergone such a deep metamorphosis as Bologna over the years: from a ‘water city’, it has gradually evolved into a ‘land city’. Few visitors today would think that in the past centuries it was known as Little Venice. . . .”  —Discovering Bologna Read more »

interstices: About this series


interstices, 2002 “interstices” was a site-specific installation for the Alice Austen Museum, sponsored by The Newhouse Center for Art in New York, as part of a large international exhibition in New York City. In 2001, More than two dozen artists from around the world were invited to create art that Read more »